So there will be a new pattern update coming soon but in the meantime I thought I would share with you some of my adventure form yesterday and a bit of today.
After opening the new outside:inside pop-up shop on Saturday and various other art things in a chaotic schedule I thought that I would take a more leisurely walk around the Whiteknights Studio Trail on Sunday.
Firstly visiting Salvo Toscano, jelly’s resident photographer – he is very talented and we are lucky to work with him – you can always visit the jelly website to see his work or his own to bypass jelly. In fact I was updating the jelly website this am and this image below was making me laugh, a lot.
I love Salvo’s work, but then as I was leaving I noticed our shoes…
We then walked on and saw the work of Jenny Halstead (beautiful sketchbooks, I love seeing those the most) and Christine Brewster (basket work, that was wonderful and smelt good)
Next stop, Bulmershe Road, Sue Clarke and her collection of ephemera and gorgeous things – and more red shoes, Sue and me
Next stop Robyn Appleton – her work is very interesting and inspiring and thought provoking – it is an ongoing project working with the community. I am hoping that we get to see this work continue round here. To take it back to the theme of this blog she had red doc martens and red heeled shoes displayed high up in her garden.
My last visit before a lunchtime retreat to feed the family was to see the work of Sue Mundy, Lisa Marie Gibbs and Jo Quinn and no red shoes.
Then today, it was back to work which included starting a button picture for 2012 and making origami crane birds. Hardly challenging but after the past few weeks of admin I deserved this.